Fri, 29 October 2010
Acrobat X; Hyperlinks in InDesign CS5; Adobe's new Digital Publishing Suite; Obscurity of the Week: Preflight Report Template
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Links mentioned in this podcast:
> Tons of Acrobat X (and earlier) info at AcrobatUsers.com
> Liz Castro, EPUB guru, is doing two webinars on InDesign to EPUB! > Adobe's Digital Publishing Suite -- download it from Adobe Labs
> Download a free sample of InDesign Magazine for the iPad, made with the Adobe DPS
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